Some Newly Approved State License Plate Slogans

Written by Abel Rodriguez

Sunday, 18 March 2012


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The United States Commission on State License Plate Slogan Approval has just granted ten states permission to change their vehicular license plate slogans for 2013.

The executive director of TUSCOSLPSA Winnie Leona "Tags" Tagliobissi stated that they had to reject the slogans of two states and ask that they submit a secondary entry.

The commission rejected Arizona's slogan "The Non-Hola State" as well as Rhode Island's slogan "Size Doesn't Matter."

The state of Idaho Vehicular License Plate Slogan Bureau conducted a state-wide license plate slogan naming contest and asked its citizens to submit a slogan entry.

A total of 27,903 entries were submitted and the license plate slogan that was chosen was the one submitted by little 7-year-old Hessie "Bambi" Lemondrop of Sugar Loaf, Idaho which was "Idaho - The Place Where French Fries Are Born."

Ten Newly Approved State License Plate Slogans For 2013

  1. Florida - We Stopped Worrying About Hurricanes Years Ago
  2. Louisiana - The Land of Crawfish, Bayous, and Voodoo Curses
  3. Virginia - Yes, Tobacco Is Still King (*Cough-Cough*)
  4. Arizona - We Just Outlawed Margaritas, Hot Sauce, and Avocado Dip
  5. Vermont - The Gateway To Maine
  6. Idaho - The State Where French Fries Are Born
  7. New Mexico - Come On Over - The Newness Hasn't Quite Worn Off Yet
  8. Rhode Island - Yes, We Admit It - We're Real Small, But We're Cute As A Button
  9. Iowa - We Won't Lie To You - Corn Is More Important Than Sex
  10. California - We Hope To Totally Eliminate All Earthquakes By 2014

SIDENOTE: Regarding Vermont's license plate slogan, the state of Maine agreed to pay Vermont $1.3 million a year as long as they continue using the slogan, "The Gateway To Maine."

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